High School Football:
Bishop Gorman 56, Arbor View 20
November 10, 2011
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Score By Quarters
|AVIE||Roderick Eason 23 rush (Brian McIntire kick)||7||0|
|BGOR||Ryan Smith 71 pass from Anu Solomon (Kline Fielden kick)||7||7|
|BGOR||Shaquille Powell 11 rush (Kline Fielden kick)||7||14|
|BGOR||Robert Stanley 9 pass from Ryan Smith (Kline Fielden kick)||7||21|
|BGOR||Anu Solomon 5 rush (Kline Fielden kick)||7||28|
|BGOR||Shaquille Powell 14 rush (Kline Fielden kick)||7||35|
|BGOR||Ryan Smith 55 pass from Anu Solomon (Kline Fielden kick)||7||42|
|AVIE||Steve Burns 2 rush (Brian McIntire kick)||14||42|
|BGOR||Nate Starks 7 rush (Kline Fielden kick)||14||49|
|AVIE||Henry Hoffend 7 rush (kick failed)||20||49|
|BGOR||Nate Starks 11 rush (Kline Fielden kick)||20||56|
|Arbor View||Bishop Gorman|
|Passing (comp-att-yds)||3-11-17 (1 INT)||6-14-161|
- Arbor View: Roderick Eason 7/34 (1 TD), Henry Hoffend 8/17 (1 TD), Steve Burns 15/48 (1 TD), Donnie Gaskin 8/44, Christian Rodriguez 4/21, Andrew Toney 3/11.
- Bishop Gorman: Anu Solomon 6/30 (1 TD), Shaquille Powell 15/141 (2 TDs), Nate Starks 10/82 (2 TDs), Tajon Allen 1/4, Lorenzo Fertitta 1/1.
- Arbor View: Henry Hoffend 3-11-17 (1 INT).
- Bishop Gorman: Anu Solomon 5-13-152 (2 TD), Ryan Smith 1-1-9 (1 TD).
Note: Stats and results reflect only those reported by LasVegasSun.com staff, called in by team officials or used with permission and generosity of maxpreps.com.
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